The ADAA Art Show is an Armory Week presented by the association of America’s top art dealer’s. Most exhibits are solo or curated shows.
We are focused on Latin which is a small part of this show, but these really are America’s, and New York City’s, top art galleries. If you only have time to attend one art fair, I would go to the ADAA Art Show.
The ADAA Art Show 2017
The ADAA Art Show is at the Park Avenue Armory Wednesday-Sunday, March 1-5, 2017 with a Gala Preview on Tuesday, February 28.
The Art Show Wrap-Up
Gala proceeds benefit the Henry Street Settlement. Through the Gala Preview, silent auction, and admission, The Art Show raised $1.2 million for the Henry Street Settlement to support their social service, arts, and healthcare programs.
About 15,000 guests visited The Art Show.
Latin Art at The ADAA Art Show 2017
Da Cunha often contrasts hard and soft edges as if he is contemplating the contrast between the outward ease and more hidden complexities of living in Brazil.
The sculpture on the table at the left is also made from a mop, but presented in a very sensual manner.
In her minimalist style, Sánchez depicts the female form by painting canvas stretched over wooden armatures. She is representing Cuba in the curated section of the 2017 Venice Biennale curated by Christine Macel.
The more you are around a Sánchez piece, the more you get drawn into it. What seems at first to be delightfully simple, becomes in time simply delightful.
Donald Morris Gallery is exhibiting 20th-Century artists including French cubist Fernand Leger.
James Goodman Gallery is exhibiting American and European modernists including Dubuffet, Miro, Matisse, and Picasso (Spanish).
Jeffrey H. Loria & Co. is exhibiting works made in France by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Jean Dubuffet, and Alberto Giacometti.
Jill Newhouse Gallery is showing French painter Édouard Vuillard.
Micael Werner is exhibiting master drawings by artists including French artists Francis Picabia and Puvis des Chavannes.
Peter Blum Gallery is showing French-American sculptor and installation artist Louise Bourgeois.
Marian Goodman Gallery is showing Italian artist Ettore Spalletti.
Petzel is showing Italian-American Joyce Pensato.
Ms. Martin is the first lady of Mexican and Latin American art in New York City. She created the market for Latin American Art at Sotheby’s years ago. Today Ms. Martin is primarily an aftermarket dealer. Correction, she is not the first lady, she is the President of Latin American art in NYC.
Peter Freeman, Inc. is showing multiple artists including Spanish-American sculptor Richard Serra. www.peterfreemaninc.com
Barbara Krakow Gallery of Boston is exhibiting serial surfaces including Spanish-American artist Richard Serra. www.barbarakrakowgallery.com
ADAA Art Show Tickets
Purchase $25 tickets at the door or online at www.ArtDealers.org
Photo courtesy of ADAA.